U.S Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, has two challengers this election year. But neither one reported raising a single campaign dollar in the first three months of 2014.
That's not unusual.
Across Alabama, not one House incumbent faces a challenger with the apparent means to mount a campaign.
Brooks raised about $400,000 for the current race. Given what he already had in his campaign warchest, Brooks now sits on $787,000.
Things aren't much more competitive farther south, where Rep. Robert Aderholt represents the 4th District. He raised $780,000 as of March 31.
Aderholt's only opponent, Republican challenger Phil Norris, has reported raising $225.
There is a competitive race for the open congressional seat in the 6th District, which includes Shelby County and areas around Birmingham.
But Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Mobile, has no primary opponent. Burton LeFlore is running as a Democrat. Le Flore shows $185 in cash on hand.
Rep. Martha Roby, R-Montgomery, faces independent Erick Wright, who reports no fundraising.
Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Anniston, raised $500,000 in his bid to fend off Republican challenger Thomas Casson.
Casson reported $11,425. That makes him the state's best funded congressional challenger so far -- even though Rogers raised roughly 43 times the cash.
A Democratic candidate, Jesse Smith, reports no fundraising activity in that race.The state's only Democratic incumbent, Rep. Terri Sewell in west Alabama's 7th District, raised $939,000 this cycle. Her Democratic challenger, Tamara Johnson, reported raising $10,039 as of March 31.
The two Republicans vying for that district, Stanley Mack and James Jenkins, reported raising $9 between them.